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When children engage in store play, they often exhibit a very basic concept of the exchange of money for goods. They know money is used to buy things. Teachers can use this opportunity to teach money and financial literacy in a developmentally and child-friendly way. This helps students generalize real-world experiences by taking a trip to the grocery store and staying within budget or independently exchanging payments. Students with different abilities will practice these skills by setting up a classroom grocery store with a cash register and shelves stocked with groceries.

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When children engage in store play, they often exhibit a very basic concept of the exchange of money for goods. They know money is used to buy things. Teachers can use this opportunity to teach money and financial literacy in a developmentally and child-friendly way. This helps students generalize real-world experiences by taking a trip to the grocery store and staying within budget or independently exchanging payments. Students with different abilities will practice these skills by setting up a classroom grocery store with a cash register and shelves stocked with groceries.

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